E3S Web Conf.
Volume 201, 2020Ukrainian School of Mining Engineering - 2020
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Published online||23 October 2020|
Method of calculating the gear ratios of the cones of tricone drill bits
1 Tashkent State Technical University, Department of Mining Electromechanics, 2 University St., 100095 Tashkent, Republic Uzbekistan
2 Department of Automobile and Technological Transport, JSC “Uzbekugol”, 100011 Tashkent, Republic Uzbekistan
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The process of rock destruction under dynamic impact on it through two technological criteria in the form of specific contact and specific volumetric fracture works is evaluated. Specific contact and specific volumetric fracture work are used to study the physical and mechanical properties of rocks. The efficiency of rock destruction during well drilling with tricone bits functionally depends on the relative specific contact and specific volumetric fracture work. It is stated that the criteria for evaluating the performance of tricone bits in certain forms are functions of the triad: bit-rock-energy. The disclosed physical nature of the kinetic criteria and the obvious functional dependence on the geometric parameters of these drill bits are an objective basis for constructing a methodology for improving the dynamics of new designs and modifications. The parameters of the kinetic passport of the bit are calculated and presented in tabular and graphical forms as functions corresponding to their coordinates of the cones of the roller cutters and the bottom of the well. Experience in solving optimization problems based on a comparative analysis of kinetic (dynamic) criteria has shown that a) when improving almost any design of a cone bit, it is necessary to use the initial geometrical parameters of the buttons and their number b) to ensure that the supports of adjacent cones are equally loaded along the path of leveling the minimum volumetric fracture work of crowns adjacent cones.
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